ALTOONA, Pa. - Ordering a "Shmuffin," "Shmiscuit," or any other of Sheetz's made-to-order menu items is now easier than ever.
"We could not be more excited to bring this next generation of innovation to our customers and industry," said Ryan Sheetz, assistant vice president of brand strategies for the Altoona-based chain.
The voice-activated ordering comes nearly 25 years after Sheetz introduced touch-screen ordering to its hungry customers.
"Our goal has always been to continue to innovate and reinvent ourselves in order to provide the ultimate convenience to our customers," Sheetz said.
Customers who have a Sheetz online ordering account and an Alexa-enabled device can use the new Sheetz skill for Alexa.
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